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Post by Pedro on Thu Jun 19, 2014 4:49 pm

anyone that calls any place a paradise is self delusional but i really like this place and a lot of the interesting people i have met, so that i will croak here with my boots on. has anyone else posted outdated info in an effort to help you? you do no one a service by doing so. have you posed any questions to the consulate. if so, please post what you have learned to be helpful to others since a lot of members on this board have been trying to be helpful to you-gracias. laughing out loud! by the way,i have helped many people who were interested in moving here and even had the strangers in my home just as others have done for us before and after we moved here.

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Post by Jim W on Thu Jun 19, 2014 10:04 pm

pamarie wrote:Pedro it might help if you read my message more carefully as I stated it was outdated.... I just thought it would be good to post what this person experienced in case anyone else looking into moving there would like to hear about someone that did move stuff to Mexico outdated or not, different location in MX or the same no matter.....  It wasn't so much about whether or not I would quilify or on how to get a tourist or temporary residency visa.  Its obvious that I have enough information between the nice folks on this forum that have taken time to share facts with me as well as their experiences.  Between your PM and most of your posts in response to my original one I'm no longer interested in what you have to say. Sorry just being honest, but I'm not into badmouthing or arguing about things.  Better ways to use my time, and I should think for you too since you live in paradise! LOL!


Pamarie, CB provides a search link on the board, virtually every question you have posted has been asked and answered! You found the block so check it out. Your position of I am 62 and healthy makes me laugh. I am 66 had physicals over past 8 years in Mexico.....have just been diagnosed with terminal cancer by US Doctor. Fortunately have medicare......treatment costs todate exceed 200k. Who is going to bail you out if the unthinkable hits you? Think about it! Just sayin....
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Post by Sideways on Fri Jun 20, 2014 6:10 am

Jim W:

I had wondered why you hadn't posted in awhile. I am sorry to hear about your diagnosis. Don't give up hope.

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Post by MexicoPete on Fri Jun 20, 2014 6:53 am

I wish you the best, Jim, and I hope you prove the doctors wrong. God Bless.
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Post by Zedinmexico on Fri Jun 20, 2014 7:39 am

Sideways wrote:Jim W:

I had wondered why you hadn't posted in awhile.  I am sorry to hear about your diagnosis.  Don't give up hope.  

I don't think he is giving up. My sister has had phase four breast cancer three times and she is beating it this time also!!
Her markers have fallen in half and the tumor is gone!

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Post by Luisa on Fri Jun 20, 2014 7:52 am

pamarie wrote:Pedro it might help if you read my message more carefully as I stated it was outdated.... I just thought it would be good to post what this person experienced in case anyone else looking into moving there would like to hear about someone that did move stuff to Mexico outdated or not, different location in MX or the same no matter.....  It wasn't so much about whether or not I would quilify or on how to get a tourist or temporary residency visa.  Its obvious that I have enough information between the nice folks on this forum that have taken time to share facts with me as well as their experiences.  Between your PM and most of your posts in response to my original one I'm no longer interested in what you have to say. Sorry just being honest, but I'm not into badmouthing or arguing about things.  Better ways to use my time, and I should think for you too since you live in paradise! LOL!

Pam, you asked for our advice and Pedro gave you good advice.

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Post by CanuckBob on Fri Jun 20, 2014 8:32 am

This thread has run it's course. Thanks for everyone's input. If you have any other questions Pamarie please start a new thread.
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